1.5.16 Looking for support? MOCA is here for you! We’ve made a few changes to offer more support options to women diagnosed with ovarian cancer and their loved ones in 2016.
Chris Wick, MOCA’s community and support program manager, is a licensed therapist and ovarian cancer survivor. She shares the updates to the groups in our latest MOCA Teal Together blog post.
Welcome to 2016 – a new year, with some new updates to our MOCA support offerings!
The first change, all groups will have the same name, “MOCA Connections”- an opportunity for survivors and loved ones to connect with each other, share information, and gain support. Our Minneapolis group, formerly “Coffee & Connection,” will continue to meet the third Tuesday of the month from 10:00-11:30 am at the MOCA office.
Second, we’re excited to announce that starting in February, a new St. Paul group that will meet the first Thursday of the month from 11:30 am-1:00 pm at Wilder Foundation (451 Lexington Parkway North, St. Paul, 55104. Please note the address as there are other Wilder buildings in the area).
The Rochester group, formerly “Ladies of sTeal”, will continue to meet every-other-month beginning in March at 5:00 pm at the American Cancer Society Hope Lodge (411 Second St. NW, Rochester, 55901).
Visit the MOCA website for upcoming meeting dates www.mnovarian.org
If you have any questions or would like individual support, please contact Chris Wick at 612-584-3550 or firstname.lastname@example.org